Grand Sierra To Kick Off Winter Pot Of Gold Tournament
Tournament Features a $100,000 Guarantee
On Wednesday, Dec. 5, the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada will kick off its seasonal Winter Pot of Gold poker tournament. The $120 buy-in tournament will feature four starting days with two flights each, with the top 10 percent making the money and the top 5 percent advancing to the finals on Sunday, Dec. 9.
The tournament will have a $100 rebuy, $100 add-on and $10 dealer bonus. The tournament also boasts a $100,000 guarantee. Players can register multiple times and can make the money multiple times.
Players will earn $2 in comps for ever hour of live play and are eligible for a $20 tournament room rate. Registration will be open for the first four levels of each flight.
About the Grand Sierra Resort
Located in the heart of the Reno/Tahoe region, Grand Sierra Resort is an all-encompassing resort with nearly 2,000 guest rooms and suites and 200,000 square feet of meeting and convention space. The destination offers visitors a wide variety of amenities including branded retail shopping, famed entertainment, 10 delectable restaurant choices including Charlie Palmer Steak and Lounge, a two-screen cinema, a 50-lane bowling center, adrenaline-pumping rides, an aqua golf driving range and exhilarating nightlife. For more information, please visit www.grandsierraresort.com or to make reservations call 1-800-648-5080.
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